June 2015 SmartPhone Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for June 2015. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

SmartPhone Articles for June of 2015

Below are the 8 SmartPhone articles for June of 2015

Google Photos App Review: The Best thing from Google Since Gmail

Every so often, cool new photo organization apps come along and impress with their ability to automate and organize. Then Google comes along and releases Photos and blows everything else[...]

Huawei P8 Review: Price-to-Performance King

The Huawei P8 may not best the current crop of flagships on the spec sheet, but none can match it for price-to-performance ratio.

Microsoft Office Lens: Great for Productivity, New for iOS and Android

Microsoft Office Lens, newly available for Android and iOS, uses OCR to turn snapshots of whiteboards and other documents into searchable and editable Word, PowerPoint or PDF files.

LG G4 Review: The Best Cameraphone

The LG G4 has a great display and excellent camera. But then again, so do the Galaxy S6, iPhone 6, and every other flagship on the market. So what sets[...]

HTC One M9 Review: It’s What’s Inside that Counts

Viewed from the outside, the HTC One M9 doesn’t seem much different from the One M8. Take a peek inside, and you’ll see the incremental changes that have become a[...]

50 Million Downloads Later, Google Keep is the Best Note Taking App

The fact that Google Keep has topped 50 million downloads in the two years since its launch gives credence to the fact that it runs circles around other apps that[...]

Samsung Galaxy S6 active Review: Swift, Rugged, & Better than the S6

Call it rugged, call it sporty. Samsung calls it active. Specifically, Samsung dubbed its latest Android handset the Samsung Galaxy S6 active. It’s a tougher version of Samsung’s impressive flagship.

Acer Liquid M220 Review: The $80 Smartphone

At a certain point, a deal is so good that certain sacrifices become acceptable, right? That would at least appear to be Acer’s philosophy with its first US smartphone offering,[...]